I'm hopping with the FAB Instahop Design Team this month over on Instagram. This month's theme is Halloween Movies. Since I'm fairly indecisive, I had a hard time choosing my favorite Halloween move. So I decided to make three cards with the Curved Occasions stamp set inspired by three different Halloween movies. Be sure to click "Read More" to see which movies I chose!
Plus, I shared how to make one of these cards during this week's Thursday Night Live. You'll find the replay for the video tutorial below as well. Ok, on y go! Let's get stamping.
This month's online card making class used the Pick of the Patch stamp set and paper punch to create three beautiful cards for fall and Halloween. These stamps are so cute! And with so many different sentiments, you can make all sorts of fall cards with them.
Are you ready to start making cards, but you aren't quite sure what stamp set to start with? Well, it's mostly a choice of personal preference, but the Heartfelt Hexagon stamp set and coordinating paper punch is a great option! Especially when you pair it with beautiful patterned paper like the Garden Walk Designer Series Paper. It so easy to make a variety of quick cards!
I shared card making ideas for using this stamp set and punch during this week's Thursday Night Live cardmaking demonstration. If you missed it, you can catch the replay below. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
Do you need to make a whole bunch of handmade cards? The stack and cut card making technique is perfect for creating a bunch of greeting cards quickly with patterned paper - and it has this crazy quilt style look that it is really fun!
I shared how to do this paper crafting technique during this week's Stamp with Me Tuesday YouTube live. If you missed it, you can watch the replay of the video tutorial below. I also have more sample card designs to share and the complete supply list. Just click "Read More."
Yes, I created these beautiful handmade cards without rubber stamps. Well, I did use a stamp for the sentiment, but these gorgeous images don't come from a stamp. Instead, I used the new Abundant Beauty Decorative Masks.
I love how easy it is to use these masks to create beautiful, bold, multi-color images. And the stencils are so easy to line up and use. I shared exactly how to make this window card during this week's Thursday Night Live. If you missed it, you'll find the replay below.
You can also see more photos and the complete supply list. So click "Read More" and on y go! Let's get stamping.